The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Healthy Eating Board Game

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Healthy Eating Board Game

Board Game based on the popular book. Pupils use counters to move around the board and collect ’ Yummy’ tokens for healthy treats and ‘Yucky’ tokens for unhealthy ones. Plenty of opportunity for developing language and a maths element at the end of the game. Also on the board are pictures depicting the life cycle of a butterfly, giving opportunity for further discussion. Full instructions included. Board needs to be printed A3 or ‘blown up’ to A3 size using a colour photocopier.
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gingerbread man recipe and baking instructions

gingerbread man recipe and baking instructions

powerpoint presentation can be printed off and made into a book for the home corner for children to reference in their play. Links with english; instructions, science; changing materials, maths; measures, physical develoment; rolling and manipulating the dough
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Animals of the ice age

Animals of the ice age

Thousands of years ago, much of the UK was covered by huge ice sheets. Despite these harsh conditions, many animals survived. Find out what animals lived during the Ice Ages, how we know, and investigate how they coped with the cold climate. RootsnShoots is the Jane Goodall Institute’s international Education Programme for young people. It inspires practical, positive action for people, animals and the environment. A free resource pack is available for teachers who register at www.rootsnshoots.org.uk
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Every Child's Future Matters

Every Child's Future Matters

This is a report, dated November 07, by the Sustainable Development Commission, supported by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) through its partnership contract. The report, through an `environmental lens’, seeks to highlight the implications of children growing up in an increasingly unsustainable environment.
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Who lives in the ice today?

Who lives in the ice today?

This Roots & Shoots resource asks pupils to consider: do people live in cold places in the world today? Who are they, and how do they cope with these extreme environments? Find out who they are, think about what a day in their life would be like, and imagine what they look like. RootsnShoots is the Jane Goodall Institute’s international Education Programme for young people. It inspires practical, positive action for people, animals and the environment. A free resource pack is also available for teachers who register their school at www.rootsnshoots.org.uk.
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What animals live in the ice today?

What animals live in the ice today?

This Roots & Shoots activity is about looking at what sort of animals live in cold, icy conditions, and what special adaptations or features they have that allow them to do so. Students should understand the differences between these animals and the ones that are native to their own local environments. RootsnShoots is the Jane Goodall Institute’s international Education Programme for young people. It inspires practical, positive action for people, animals and the environment. A free resource pack is available for teachers who register their school at www.rootsnshoots.org.uk
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